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Dear Fellow Alumni and Friends, 

As a fellow UNH graduate and president of the University’s Alumni Association, I ask that you join me in making a most meaningful investment in our students. Your gift — of any amount — will help today’s students achieve their goals, develop their leadership potential and make a positive change in their communities and around the world. 

Your Gift is Filled With Great Meaning and PurposeEvery gift makes a difference, and I am grateful for your generosity. Please join me and affirm your commitment today. 

Thank you for making a lasting difference in the lives of deserving UNH students.

Paula-Marie Uscilla

 Click Here to make your gift today.

Warmest regards, 

Paula-Marie Uscilla ’99
UNH Alumni Association Board of Directors

Secretary of the State of Connecticut Denise Merrill

Thank You!

We're grateful for the many donors who supported the University of New Haven last year. See how your gifts make a difference!

View the 2015 Honor Roll of Donors Here >>

  1. How to Give

    Three Easy Ways to Make Your Gift

    1. Mail your check payable to the University of New Haven to:

    Office of Advancement
    University of New Haven
    300 Boston Post Road
    West Haven, CT 06516

    2. Contact the Office of Advancement at 203-479-4114

    3. Make your gift online using our secure server

  2. Why Give?

    Making an Investment in Higher Education

    • The University of New Haven is a private, nonprofit institution. Our business is educating our students.
    • Our mission is to prepare our students to lead purposeful and fulfilling lives in a global society by providing the highest quality education through experiential, collaborative, and discovery-based learning.
    • Nearly 90 percent of full-time, undergraduates receive financial aid.
    • The average amount of institutional merit and need-based aid awarded in 2013-14 was $14,000.
    • Donations, of any size, are tax deductible and are greatly appreciated.
    • Scholarship gifts make a lifetime of difference for the students who benefit from your support.
  3. Impact of Giving

  4. Priorities

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Thank You!


Please watch this video to see how the generosity of alumni and friends is making a lasting difference on generations of students and the future of the University.

    University of New Haven: Support UNH: Donor Profiles: Mark Ceccorulli
    Mark Ceccorulli
    '89 MBA Director of Precision Optics, Goodrich Corporation

    Mark remembers what it was like to work full time, attend school and take care of a family. Several years ago, he put his son through law school. "I’m amazed at the debt some of the students have to take on," he says. “If we all gave back, we could make it easier on those kids."  Read his story

    University of New Haven: Support UNH: Donor Profiles: The Mitchells
    John and Judith Mitchell
    Telecommunications Systems Administrator, UNH

    John received his undergraduate and graduate degrees at UNH, and the couple’s three children are alumni as well. What’s more, Judy’s two brothers are UNH grads, and her mom worked in the Financial Aid office for 20 years before retiring from the University.  Read their story

    University of New Haven: Support UNH: Donor Profiles: Karen Facey
    Karen Facey '98
    Fire Marshal, Town of New Milford
    Part of her job is educating the public, so guest lecturing at UNH in undergraduate and graduate classes was a natural extension that benefits her alma mater. In addition to making gifts to the fire sciences program, Karen serves as vice president of the Alumni Board.  Read her story
    University of New Haven: Support UNH: Donor Profiles: Mike Ambrose
    Michael Ambrose '84
    Vice President of Engineering Vehicle Systems, Sikorsky Aircraft

    "It's really hard to major in engineering and to compete in any sport," Mike says. "My wife and I established an endowed scholarship to help relieve the burden for an engineering student to also pursue a collegiate career in track."  Read his story

    University of New Haven: Support UNH: Donor Profiles: David Harding
    David Harding, Ph.D.
    Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
    "Here at UNH, we offer a top-notch chemical engineering program with a caring and committed faculty. I want to help sustain it. While I already devote significant time and effort to the program, I believe it deserves my financial support as well."  Read his story